globalization is not a choice. you can't opt out.
with 7,221,305,422 people , jets and the internet what do you think is going to happen
the people that are generating massive wealth simply understand whats going on better.
Or, you look at some of the things of globalization
And you decide, does this really make any sense?
I think those people "generating massive wealth" who "simply understand whats going on better" have sold us a bill of goods which says "the way to prosperity is this, follow me", when in fact what it says is "fuck you, jack, this stacks the odds in my favor and now I'll rip you off"
I think the economic models championed by the people pushing the shittiest bits of globalization are lies, and I think "globalization", as America has been selling it, it basically a long-con.
I think if countries suddenly said "why aren't we protecting out own jobs, and our own products, and our own economies", instead of operating under the myth that letting those be lost to "globalization" and ruthless corporations. What fucking benefit to society is it if a foreign-owned company maximizes their profits while cutting domestic jobs and leaving an vacuum?
Globalization is predicated on gutting as many smaller companies as possible, in order to get one massive corporation -- all so that shareholder value and executive bonuses can be maximized, while local economies are gutted and left to rot.
The notion that Country A should buy companies in Country B to, only to move jobs to Company C is only good if you're in Country A
Globalization is about the eternal quest to find a Country B to fuck over as much as you can.
Globalization is a fucking Ponzi scheme.